EXCLUSIVE: Sylar is back! In his first TV gig since his star-making turn as the archvillain on Heroes, Zachary Quinto is in negotiations for a major arc on Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s spooky new FX drama series American Horror Story. Additionally, the show is prepping a big two-part…
Wait, what? This starts in October? I can watch it from the start? OK. I’m in.
“I have worked to cultivate a healthy exposure, with really clear boundaries,” the actor said. “I like to share my interests with people who are interested in my life, but it’s something outside of my vocation and my craft as an actor.
”He has seen for himself how fame can take over someone’s life. “It can infiltrate,” he said. “I feel pretty lucky that it hasn’t happened to me.”
Between his work, both in front of the camera and with nonprofits, Mr. Quinto finds time to enjoy life and keep his machine running well. “I practice yoga,” he said. “I try to take care of how I eat, and the relationship between my body and spirit.”
“I try to get out of L.A. whenever I can, even out of the U.S., and try to expose myself to other cultures, to learn from them,” he said.
And this is why I like this man. He has his own life, which makes what he does share with us that much more wonderful.
I was listening to Aisha Tyler’s podcast “Girl on Guy” earlier and she had Zachary Levi on as a guest. They were discussing a conversation Zach had with Zachary Quinto in which Quinto used the word “circuitous” as though everyone knows what it…
Poor Zach- brilliant AND good-looking, and not a bit ashamed of either. That’s the kind of guy I adore.